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From "Caldarale, Charles R" <Chuck.Caldar...@unisys.com>
Subject RE: Servlet Mappings
Date Mon, 30 Oct 2006 19:27:15 GMT
> From: jamin.short@gmail.com [mailto:jamin.short@gmail.com]
> Subject: Re: Servlet Mappings
> 
> Im deploying a war file. Im also using spring. I havent touched the
> web.xml. I have litrally downloaded and un tared the file from the
> apache tomcat website.

I'm not familiar with configuring spring, so someone else will have to
check that.  I suspect it's muddying up the picture.

> Here is the layout of the test app;lication i have setup to 
> try it out.

That looks o.k. as far as it goes, but you didn't tell us where it's
actually deployed, nor how you think you got it to be ROOT.  Do you have
a conf/[engine]/[host]/ROOT.xml with a <Context> element and a docBase
attribute pointing to wherever your .war is?  If the .war is also in the
<Host>'s appBase directory, you've deployed the app twice, which is
probably not desirable.

So again, what is your appBase set to?  What's the directory structure
underneath the appBase?

What URL do you use to trigger execution of the test.jsp file?  Can you
try this without using spring?

 - Chuck


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